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Scroll through this Mothercare promotion valid from - to - to see the latest sales. On 342 pages of the current weekly offer, you will find the best goods from the Children category. If you want to save on your next shopping trip to Mothercare, don't forget to look through the entire catalogue from page 1 to page 342. If you want to shop smart and save on your next shopping trip to Mothercare, don’t miss the latest weekly offer full of amazing prices and wonderful discounts. Come back to Top Catalogues every day to make sure you don’t miss out on great promotions offered by your favourite retailers.

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breastfeeding your baby breastfeeding bras be prepared • during pregnancy, attend a local breastfeeding information class. eat a healthy diet, and eat frequently-you need more calories during breastfeeding than pregnancy. • ensure your bra fits correctly and buy the correct maternity bras. ask your lactation consultant to help you position your baby correctly on the breast when you first start to feed. You should sit comfortably, with baby's tummy facing your tummy. You may need to use a pillow to support you and your baby. latching your baby on correctly correct latching is vital - it lets your baby get the milk more easily and allows him to feed well. • he should have all of the nipple and most of the areola in his mouth so that his gums are well behind the base of your nipple his nose and chin should be gently pressed against your breast, and his sucking shouldn't hurt. feeding - getting comfortable tips for successful feeding your baby should start with some fairly quick shallow sucks and then once your milk starts flowing his sucks should become slower, deeper and more rhythmic. most mothers find that they need to Use both breasts. Keep your baby on the first breast for as long as he is sucking properly. When his sucking slows or he starts falling asleep it may be time to toke him off and wind him. If he seems fully fed you can put him down to sleep. If he's still hungry, he can feed on the second breast until full. how long your baby feeds can vary from as little as 10 minutes to as much as an hour or more- this will depend on how fast your milk flows and how strongly your baby sucks. contented baby look for the signs your baby is feeding well and getting enough milk if. he settles well after feeds; he has at least 6 wet nappies a day; he gains the right amount of weight. your baby is not feeding well if: he falls asleep at the breast but then wakes and cries when you try to settle him; his nappies are dry or his urine is concentrated and smelly; his weight gain is poor. If so, check your breastfeeding position with your lactation consultant or gynaecologist and ask for further advice. never be afraid to seek help if you are struggling. equipment you may need.. • nursing bras (fitting required around week 38 of pregnancy) sleep bras breast pads • muslin squares breast pump and other accessories for further information please approach our retail staff for assistance or contact customer core department at 6513 3270/ email: [email protected] • support feeding pillow ver. Jan 20 Here to help you get ready for your new arrival 329

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